Monday, September 08, 2014

Mango Jelly Mooncake



Mango Jelly Mooncake



Ingredients :
the Outer Layer - makes 4-6
1 tablespoon jelly (agar-agar) powder
1 tablespoon instant jelly powder
70gm castor sugar
1/2 tablespoon corn flour (mix with 2 tablespoons evaporated milk/ water)
115ml coconut milk (dilute with 285ml water)
Food coloring of your choice as desired
  
the Filling - makes 6-8
2 teaspoons jelly (agar-agar) powder
60gm sugar
60gm mango puree

40gm mango cubes
1 cup water
 
Directions :
[Step 1] - Prepare the fillings first
  1. Mix the jelly powder & sugar with water in a pot, let it simmer.
  2. Add in the corn flour mixture. Stir well.
  3. Add in the mango puree & cubes. Mix well.
  4. Pour mixture into moulds (you can use a muffin pan), & place a pre-made jelly egg yolk in the middle, the amount of mixture should be just enough to cover the egg yolk.
  5. Leave til set & remove from moulds when it's ready.
[Step 2] - Cook the outer layer
  1. Mix the sugar, jelly powder with coconut milk & simmer until the jelly powder have fully dissolved.
  2. Stir in the corn flour mixture.
  3. Add in food coloring as desired.
[Step 3] - To assemble
  1. Pour some outer layer mixture into mooncake moulds, 1-2 spoonful will do.
  2. Leave til it's half set, then place the fillings in the middle.
  3. Pour in the outer layer mixture to the brim.
  4. Leave to cool & chill in the fridge for a few hours until it's fully set. 
 [Step 4] - To unmould the jelly mooncake
  1. You have to be very careful with this step otherwise you will be getting a bad looking mooncake.
  2. Method (1) : Place the moulds in a flat pan filled with warm water, let it sit in for 5-10 seconds, turn the moulds around on a plate, the jelly mooncake will be able to slip out easily & beautifully.
  3. Method (2) : Use a bread knife & slice throught the side of the mould, then turn the mould upset down on a plate, be very careful if you're using this method, as it may ruin the side of your jelly mooncake if you don't do it very carefully.
  4. Method (3) : If you're using a hard plastic mould, knock the sides, the mooncake should be loosen slightly from the mould, turn the mould upside down on a plate. 


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Monday, September 08, 2014

Mango Jelly Mooncake

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Mango Jelly Mooncake



Ingredients :
the Outer Layer - makes 4-6
1 tablespoon jelly (agar-agar) powder
1 tablespoon instant jelly powder
70gm castor sugar
1/2 tablespoon corn flour (mix with 2 tablespoons evaporated milk/ water)
115ml coconut milk (dilute with 285ml water)
Food coloring of your choice as desired
  
the Filling - makes 6-8
2 teaspoons jelly (agar-agar) powder
60gm sugar
60gm mango puree

40gm mango cubes
1 cup water
 
Directions :
[Step 1] - Prepare the fillings first
  1. Mix the jelly powder & sugar with water in a pot, let it simmer.
  2. Add in the corn flour mixture. Stir well.
  3. Add in the mango puree & cubes. Mix well.
  4. Pour mixture into moulds (you can use a muffin pan), & place a pre-made jelly egg yolk in the middle, the amount of mixture should be just enough to cover the egg yolk.
  5. Leave til set & remove from moulds when it's ready.
[Step 2] - Cook the outer layer
  1. Mix the sugar, jelly powder with coconut milk & simmer until the jelly powder have fully dissolved.
  2. Stir in the corn flour mixture.
  3. Add in food coloring as desired.
[Step 3] - To assemble
  1. Pour some outer layer mixture into mooncake moulds, 1-2 spoonful will do.
  2. Leave til it's half set, then place the fillings in the middle.
  3. Pour in the outer layer mixture to the brim.
  4. Leave to cool & chill in the fridge for a few hours until it's fully set. 
 [Step 4] - To unmould the jelly mooncake
  1. You have to be very careful with this step otherwise you will be getting a bad looking mooncake.
  2. Method (1) : Place the moulds in a flat pan filled with warm water, let it sit in for 5-10 seconds, turn the moulds around on a plate, the jelly mooncake will be able to slip out easily & beautifully.
  3. Method (2) : Use a bread knife & slice throught the side of the mould, then turn the mould upset down on a plate, be very careful if you're using this method, as it may ruin the side of your jelly mooncake if you don't do it very carefully.
  4. Method (3) : If you're using a hard plastic mould, knock the sides, the mooncake should be loosen slightly from the mould, turn the mould upside down on a plate. 


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